Travel Channel to Premiere New Series LOST GOLD
Behind every lost treasure is a story. Travel Channel's new series "Lost Gold," premiering on Monday, January 14 at 10 p.m. ET/PT, follows brothers Josh and Jesse Feldman as they seek out America's most fabled missing treasures. With a family history steeped in lost mines, buried gold and Old West lore, the Arizona natives aren't your typical treasure hunters. To unravel these more than 100-year-old mysteries, the Feldmans put themselves in the shoes of the people of the era. Every hunt is grounded in history: they search for old maps, diaries and records, as well as connect with locals who have intimate knowledge of the area. With reverence for the past and a taste for adventure, the brothers track legends and clues across the vast American Frontier IN SEARCH OF unfound riches. Throughout each of the six one-hour episodes, their dogged determination will uncover new leads, fresh perspectives on history and even gold.
"Treasure comes in different forms," said Jesse Feldman. "It's not just gold coming out of the ground. It's discovering history."
"We have pulled the truth out of the legend, and we've pulled the truth from history," added Josh Feldman. "Only the truth will lead you to the treasure!"
In the premiere episode, Josh and Jesse delve into their family's treasure-hunting legacy and Arizona history to unravel the mystery of the Lost Adams Diggings, one of the most famous lost mines in the Southwest. A new lead sends the brothers deep into the desert where the promise of gold in a hidden canyon may finally be within reach.
Upcoming episodes include:
"The Lost Blue Bucket Gold" - Premieres Monday, January 21 at 10 p.m. ET/PT
Josh and Jesse Feldman investigate a remote shortcut off the Oregon Trail known as the Meek's Cutoff, involving a lost wagon train, desperate settlers and a creek filled with gold nuggets.
"Milton Sharp's Buried Loot" - Premieres Monday, January 28 at 10 p.m. ET/PT
Josh and Jesse Feldman trek across California and Nevada chasing the trail of Milton Sharp, also known as "The Gentleman Bandit," a prolific stagecoach robber from 1880, whose missing loot has never been recovered.
"The Missing Gold of the Little Bighorn" - Premieres Monday, February 4 at 10 p.m. ET/PT
In Montana, Josh and Jesse Feldman track famed steamship captain Grant Marsh, who rescued wounded soldiers from the Battle of the Little Bighorn ... and possibly left behind a buried cache of gold.
Check out "Lost Gold" on TravelChannel.com for show extras including behind-the-scenes photos, videos and more. Follow @TravelChannel and #LostGold on Facebook, Twitter andInstagram for more exclusive content and updates. Follow hosts Josh and Jesse Feldman on Facebook and Instagram: @jjfeldmanbrothers.
"Lost Gold" is produced for Travel Channel by The Intellectual Property Corporation (IPC), an Industrial Media company. For IPC, the executive producers are Eli Holzman, Aaron Saidman, Stuart Chait and Patrick DeLuca. For Travel Channel, the executive producer is Anna Geddes, Jane Latman is general manager and Henry Schleiff is group president of Investigation Discovery, Travel Channel, AMERICAN HEROES CHANNEL and Destination America.